Malvidian: Fuvah Mulaku language

Language name: Malvidian: Fuvah Mulaku
ISO Language Name: Maldivian [div]
Language State: Not Verified
GRN Language Number: 21231
IETF Language Tag: dv-x-HIS21231
ROD Dialect Code:

Audio recordings available in Malvidian: Fuvah Mulaku

Recordings in related languages

How Should We Then Live? (in ދިވެހި [Maldivian])

Messages from native believers for evangelism, growth and encouragement. May have denominational emphasis but follows mainstream Christian teaching.

Songs (in ދިވެހި [Maldivian])

Compilations of Christian music, songs or hymns.

What Does God Want of Us? (in ދިވެހި [Maldivian])

Messages from native believers for evangelism, growth and encouragement. May have denominational emphasis but follows mainstream Christian teaching.

Audio/Video from other sources

Acts - Dhivehi - (Sidahitun)
Gospel of Luke - Dhivehi - (Sidahitun)
Gospel Songs - Dhivehi - (Sidahitun)
Gospel Videos - Dhivehi - (Sidahitun)
Jesus Film Project films - Dhivehi - (The Jesus Film Project)
Radio Gospel Messages - Dhivehi - (Sidahitun)
The Jesus Story (audiodrama) - Dhivehi - (The Jesus Film Project)

Other names for Malvidian: Fuvah Mulaku

Dhivehi: Foa Mulaku
Fuvah Mulaku
Mulaku

Where Malvidian: Fuvah Mulaku is spoken

Maldives

Languages related to Malvidian: Fuvah Mulaku

People Groups who speak Malvidian: Fuvah Mulaku

Divehi, Maldivian ▪ Maldivian

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